Titre : THE LAND OF OPEN DOORS
Éditeur : Wells Gardner, Darton & Co.
Reliure : Hardcover
Edition : 1st Edition
1914 London, 1st edn, xxiv, 265pp + 8pp, photos. A near fine copy, cloth and gilt bright, corners sharp, inner hinges tight, no book plates, inscriptions. Bickersteth "spent two years [with] the Archbishop's Mission at Edmonton, and had unique opportunities of seeing first-hand the two main features of this great development - the breaking of virgin soil by immigrants and the construction of a great trans-continental railway across the Rockies." (from the publisher's blurb). Illustrated by folding map, b&w photographs. A near fine copy, cloth and gilt bright, corners sharp, inner hinges tight, no book plates, inscriptions. 1914 London, 1st edn, xxiv, 265pp + 8pp, photos. N° de réf. du libraire 6057
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